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What makes a Ducati a Ducati?
Authentic Italian Performance. These are 3 words that summarize the characteristics of Ducati motorcycles. The Desmodromic system and the L-twin engine make Ducati motorcycles unique and unbeatable for over 60 years. Rent a Ducati Today – Experience an Italian Masterpiece!
Ducati was founded in 1926 in the northern Italian town of Bologna/Borgo Panigale. The company’s Italian holdings were decimated during World War II bombings but Ducati rose out of the ashes to its current stature.
Ducati motorcycle production began post-war first as motors attached to bicycles. In the early 50’s the firm was producing stand-along motor scooters, but by the end of the decade Ducati was making its name in the racing world.
Much credit for its racing success is given by Ducati to engineer Fabio Taglioni, who developed Ducati’s desmodromic valve system. Taglioni’s work included the creation of many successful Ducati Singles as well as the Ducati 250 Twin raced by English legend Mike Hailwood.
The ‘60s and ‘70s saw racing success for Ducati, building the Italian firm’s prestige as a racing brand. Racing highlights include: a 1972 win by Paul Smart in the Imola 200 with a desmodromic 750 Twin and the 1978 Isle of Man TT triumph of Mike Hailwood, who came out of retirement to race the 900cc Supersport Twin.
Ducati was purchased in 1983 by the Castiglioni family and merged with the Cagiva Group. Again the brand found success on the racetrack, with further progression of its Twin-powered sportbike platform in the form of its 851 and 916 Superbikes. Highlights of the Castiglioni years include the introduction of its wildly popular Monster line – a naked street bike designed by Miguel Galluzzi.
The Ducati 916 evolved to the controversially-styled 999, then the 1098 and the 1198. A high-spec 1098R is Ducati’s Superbike racer, sporting production traction control. Ducati’s middleweight sportbike bumped up from the 749 to the 848. But the most impressive Ducati sportbike remains the Desmosedici RR, a production version of the firm’s GP racer.
The Monster family remains very popular, with the current generation of air-cooled naked bikes. The Monster is also supplemented in 2009 by the new Streetfighter, a naked version of its 1098 Superbike.